Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
WSIS Project Prizes 2013 – C7 E-health. Reduce Childhood Mortality Rate: Infants and Children under 5 years of Age (Ministry of Health, Sultanate of Oman)
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

WSIS Project Prizes 2013 – C7 E-health. Reduce Childhood Mortality Rate: Infants and Children under 5 years of Age (Ministry of Health, Sultanate of Oman)

143

Published on

Presentation given by Abdullah Hamood Al Raqadi, Director General Assistant for Applications, Governorates and Hospitals, Directorate General of Information Technology,Ministry of Health, Sultanate of …

Presentation given by Abdullah Hamood Al Raqadi, Director General Assistant for Applications, Governorates and Hospitals, Directorate General of Information Technology,Ministry of Health, Sultanate of Oman at the WSIS Forum 2013 on the winning project of WSIS Project Prizes 2013 in the category C7 ICT Applications, E-health: Reduce Childhood Mortality Rate: Infants and Children under 5 years of Age (Ministry of Health, Sultanate of Oman)

Published in: Health & Medicine, Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
143
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Holistic Primary CareImproving Quality of Life:e-Health System ReducingChild Mortality andProtecting Mothers inOmanAbdullah Hamood AL RaqadiDirector General Assistant of ITMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 2. Directorate of InformationTechnology1. About Sultanate of Oman2. About MoH3. Current e-Health Status4. Mother and Child Health ProgramAgendaMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 3. Directorate of InformationTechnologyAbout Sultanate of OmanArea 309,500 sq. kmPopulation (3.6 m) mid 2012Capital MuscatLife Expectancy 75.4 years (2012)Median age 19.8 yearsPopulation Density 11.6Administrative Regions Divided into 11 Main GovernoratesGDP Per capita $ 21,236 (IMF 2011)GNI per capita $ 20,025Currency I (OMR) of 1,000 baizas = US$2.58Time Difference GMT + 4 hoursSource: Ministry of National Economy 2010Ministry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 4. Ministry of Health – OmanResponsible for provision, coordination andstewardship of the health sectorActs as the principal architect of health systemdesign and takes responsibility for achievinginter-sectoral coordinationAdvocates to all other public systems to makepolicies favorable to the health sector, and torefrain from making policies, which mayadversely affect the health of the peopleAll Omani citizens enjoy the right of free healthcareMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 5. Ministry of Health – OmanThe elimination of chronic and infectiousdiseases such as malaria, diarrhea and measlesLow infant mortality rate (3%) per thousandpopulation, compared with (13.3%) perthousand in 1980Life expectancy (75.4) years in 2012 compared to(49.3) years in 1970Ministry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 6. Current E-Health Status86% of Health Institutes arecomputerized (200 out of 214)103 Health Institutes areconnected via e-Referral systemMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 7. Directorate of InformationTechnologyCurrent E-Health StatusHIMS (ALSHIFA)MIS (Management Information System)E-ReferralE-NotificationNabdh ALSHIFA (Data warehouse andBusiness Intelligence)Central Blood BankCentral LaboratoryMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 8. Ministry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnologyMCH- Manual System DisadvantageManual System for pre-natal check-up, services, andfollow-up for mother and child healthPregnant women provides all their personal data forevery pregnancy in the green cardEvery pregnancy was treated separatelyNo appointment systemLong waiting time at the medical center or clinic
  • 9. Ministry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnologyMCH - Manual System DisadvantageManual Creation for child medical recordLack of communication between vertical programsfor the age group (0-5)Lack of sharing information about the child acrossthe programs and therefore it was not possible tolink health conditions and treat them together.No follow-up action for those who did not attend therequired check-ups.
  • 10. Mother and Child Health ModuleMother-Care ProgramChild-Care ProgramMCH SystemMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 11. Mother and Child Health program is a Module in MoHHealthcare Information Management System (ALSHIFA);it is an Oman Ministry of Health initiative. ALSHIFA is acomprehensive and complete solution for healthcarefacility management from electronic medical records toAssets, Inventory, FA and HR management.– The in house developed system is installed in 200+healthcare facilities of varying size and capabilities.– An integrated, defragmented and easily accessible EMRthat provides 360 degree view of the patient history andclinical information needed for a point-of-careMother and Child Health ModuleMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 12. Provides a holistic primary care for pregnant mothers(pre-natal care, post natal care, secondary infertility,and birth spacing )Records are made available throughout their pregnancyfrom primary healthcare center to the hospital throughthe Healthcare systemFull Appointment System with SMS facility andremindersMother and Child Health ModuleMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 13. Vaccination list and activities are incorporated tothe patients’ recordVerifies if the vaccination is valid, medicationhistory and ultrasound scan is also captured andstored in the patient record as well as the entirehistory of pregnanciesOnce the baby is born, the child record is createdin the system and a holistic approach to treatmentand management of child illnesses in the agegroup 0 to 5 is carried outMother and Child Health ModuleMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 14. ObjectivesProvides a holistic and syndromic approach tomanagement of women and childrenhealthcare servicesReduce maternal mortality rates and reduce themortality and morbidity rates in the childrenage group (0-5)Improve the quality of care providedMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 15. As A ResultMortality RateMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 16. Ministry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnologyAs A ResultVaccination Rate
  • 17. As A ResultMortality Rate of MaternityMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 18. As A ResultDeath Rate of InfantsMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 19. As A ResultMortality Rate of ChildrenMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 20. Holistic Primary Care Improving Quality ofLife: e-Health System Reducing ChildMortality and Protecting Mothers in Omanwinning the 2012 United Nations PublicService Award, 2nd place, in the category of “PromotingGender Responsive Delivery of Public Services”Ministry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 21. Holistic Primary Care Improving Quality ofLife: e-Health System Reducing ChildMortality and Protecting Mothers in OmanWinning the 2013 WSIS Award, C7 e-HealthMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology
  • 22. Thank YouMinistry of Health – DGIT, Oman© All Rights Reserved 2013Directorate of InformationTechnology

×